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IV Organization and Implementation of Curriculum
Written eguidelinesf change every time the Course of Study is revised according to evolving principles. These written guidelines consist of erecords of the school registerf and erecords of instructionsf, and plays two roles as: 1) the original certification for external use, and 2) instruction materials.
A ereport cardf i/7-19j contains information about a studentfs performance and attendance record. Report cards are provided to studentsf parents at the end of each quarter, thereby allowing them to track the progress of their children in order to provide feedback and reflect on future instruction. In Japan today, absolute evaluation are being considered seriously as a means to assess studentsf academic performance since they provide a clearer assessment of studentsf performance and progress.

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